|Full name||Amsterdamsche Football Club Ajax|
|Nickname(s)||de Godendochters (Daughters of the Gods), De Ajacieden|
|Founded||18 May 2012|
|Ground|| De Toekomst |
Johan Cruyff Arena
|Owner||AFC Ajax N.V. (Euronext: AJAX)|
|Chairman||Edwin van der Sar|
|Head coach||Suzanne Bakker|
|Active departments of AFC Ajax|
AFC Ajax Vrouwen is a Dutch football club from Amsterdam representing AFC Ajax in the Vrouwen Eredivisie, the top women's league in the Netherlands. The team was founded in 2012.
Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
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|Season||Division||Position||W – D – L = Pts||GF – GA||Top scorer||KNVB Cup|
|2012–13||BeNe League||4 / 16||12 –6 – 10 = 42||47 – 36||Van Lunteren (10)||Quarterfinals|
|2013–14||BeNe League||3 / 14||16 –6 – 4 = 54||68 – 23||Van Lunteren (13)||Champions|
|2014–15||BeNe League||3 / 13||17 –2 – 5 = 53||54 – 20||Pieëte (10)||Finalist|
|2015–16||Eredivisie||2 / 7||17 –5 – 2 = 56||46 – 11||Bakker (8)||Finalist|
|2016–17||Eredivisie||1 / 8||21 –5 – 1 = 68||57 – 14||Van den Bighelaar (18)||Champions|
|2017–18||Eredivisie||1 / 9||16 –7 – 1 = 55||57 – 24||Van den Bighelaar, Van Lunteren (12)||Champions|
|2018–19||Eredivisie||2 / 9||13 –8 – 3 = 47||50 – 18||Jansen (14)||Champions|
|2019–20||Eredivisie||2 / 8a||8 – 1 – 3 = 25a||22 – 11a||Quarterfinalsa|
|2020–21||Eredivisie||3 / 8||13 –1 – 6 = 40||40 – 21||Semifinals|
|2021–22||Eredivisie||2 / 9||17 –3 – 4 = 54||70 – 22||Champions|
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All results (away, home and aggregate) list Ajax's goal tally first.
|2017–18||Qualifying round||Standard Liège||3–0|
|Round of 32||Brescia||1–0||0–2||1–2|
|Round of 32||Sparta Prague||2–0||2–1||4–1|
|Round of 16||Lyon||0–4||0–9||0–13|
|2020–21||Round of 32||FC Bayern Munich||0–3||1–3||1–6|
|2022–23||QR 1 semi-final||Kristianstads DFF||3–1|
|QR 1 final||Eintracht Frankfurt||2–1|
On 13 January 2013, it was revealed that AFC Ajax Vrouwen would partner with SV Overbos, the Women's team from Hoofddorp.
|Head coach||Suzanne Bakker|
|Assistant coach||Sander Luiten|
|Goalkeeper coach||Robbie Tetteroo|
|Skills Coach||Wim Bouckaert|
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